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good morning, america. tragedy in colorado. mass shooting suspect james holmes heads to court this morning. we hear him speak for the first time. >> i'm james. over the course of the summer i've been working with an illusion. it allows you to change the past. >> and the chilling evidence found inside his apartment. including a batman mask. real-life heroes. friends in the line of fire. risking their lives for one another. the new stories of courage against all odds. fall of a legend. the 900-pound statue of joe paterno removed from penn state. now, this morning, unprecedented
sanctions against the school and the football program. and jackson family mystery. michael's mom reported missing. who had her? where was she? and why is paris saying she hasn't talked to her for a week? inside the growing family feud. good morning, everyone. welcome back, robin. boy, we're learning so much more now about what was behind that movie theater massacre. there is james holmes there. investigators are focused on one question. how did he go from a ph.d. candidate to masterminding one of the worst shootings in history. we have so many stories of heroism emerging from that
terrible night. including those who did whatever they could to protect their loved ones. people in aurora mourning them in an emotional vigil last night. you see the 12 crosses already set up. i was touched last night, after each victim's name was read, everyone said, we will remember. >> we will remember. >> and we will. >> you saw the crosses there. greg zanis, the man who set them up after the columbine massacre drove 16 hours to set them up there. we're going to go to david muir. good morning, david. >> reporter: gorge, robin, good morning to you. in this community, that is still so raw, they're expecting to see the suspect for the first time today. he'll be taken from an underground tunnel to the courthouse behind me. so many people will be studying his face, demeanor.
and wondering how he changed so much from the video you're about to see. >> a better game than rock, paper, scissors. >> reporter: we see and hear james holmes. >> hello, i'm james. >> reporter: a thin seen ager in and oversized shirt, wearing a hint of a smile. the video taken six years ago. the woman introducing him describing an intelligent teenager. >> he enjoys playing soccer and strategy games and his goal is to own a slurpee machine. >> reporter: authorities are asking, what changes him? just last month, he allegedly applied online for a membership to a local gun range. he said on the application he
did not use drugs. the range owner called him several times to invite him to come in for an interview. he said the message on his machine was bizarre, freakish. the police chief revealing to us that the suspect's parents are remaining silent. >> they're not talking to us right now. maybe that will change. >> reporter: how tough will it be for this community so see the suspect in court? >> he's harmed so many people. not only the victims but they're extended families. i think it will be very hard. >> reporter: the police chef telling me they're getting significant help from the fbi behavioral analysts, trying to look into his past. the suspect faces multiple counts of attempted murder and first degree murder. those counts will not be applied
today. thousands gathered at the vigil last night. the crowd sang "amazing grace." this morning, we're learning more about the 12 people who lost their lives. dan harris is outside the university of colorado ped call center with much more. good morning, dan. >> reporter: robin, good morning to you. this is 1 of 4 hospitals where the victims are being treated. as of our latest count, 24 people are still being treated. 8 of them in critical condition. in this city named after the roman goddess of the dawn, they're trying to turn the page. trying to make sure they're not defined by one madman. ♪ amazing grace >> reporter: it is an event we see too often in america. a candle light vigil for the victims of mass shooting. this city named one of the safest in america seven months ago. as we waded through the crowd of
thousands, we saw conspicuous security, lots of batman shirts, and many parents with children. part of the message here is there was one really bad guy does not overrule a lot of very good people. >> yeah, i mean, terrible things happen all the time. as long as we stand together, love cannot be beaten by hate. >> reporter: the president spent time with victims in the hospital. >> i come to them not so much as president as i do as a father and as a husband. >> reporter: over the weekend, wlerned the names and the stories of the 12 dead. they worked at red robin, subway, and target. they were current and former members of the armed services, some of whom survived war zones only to die at the movies. the oldest, 51, was gordon cow squn den, an outdoorsman and small businessman. the youngest, 6, was veronica
moser sullivan. >> she was always happy. >> reporter: her mother, ashley, was shot, too. she's in critical condition. and she is pregnant. we're told that ashley is aware of and distraught over the loss of her 6-year-old daughter. even though she took two shots to the abdomen, there are conflicting reports about whether the baby in her belly survived. these are extremely anxious hours for her family. >> they certainly are. let's get more on once police were able to get inside james holmes' apartment. pierre thomas has been on this from the start. >> reporter: good morning, george. police sources are describing james holmes as a mad scientist. he transformed his home into a bomb factory. a death trap. just inside the 800-square foot
apartment was a wire. running about waist high. placed there so set off a bomb. a deadly surprise for whoever crossed it. >> this apartment was designed to kill whoever entered it. >> reporter: the improvised explosive device was composed of two liquids if combined would have ignited. the living room floor was covered with 30 bombs, each connected to a control panel in the kitchen. the plan, to set off a chain reaction of explosions, unleashing fire and carnage. potentially enough to blow up his apartment. >> it was an extremely dangerous environment. >> reporter: there were scores of bullets and axel rants, including ten gallons of gasoline. look at the fireball when police disposed of it. before police set foot in the apartment, the bombs had to be
disarmed. [ explosion ] that is police setting off a small explosion to make it safe to enter. authorities recovered a computer from inside. and more evidence of his bat man obsession. a variety of batman paraphernalia. a poster and a mask from the comic book series. local police, the fbi, and atf hope the computer will give them the break they've been looking for. >> we're joined by dan abrams and marissa rendazzo, a research scientist with the fbi. holmes has lawyered up. not cooperating. what more can we expect from the defense team after today? >> on tuesday, the police said they'll give the defense access to the crime scene, the movie
theater. that's pretty unusual that the defense get access before the owners get the property back. it lets them see the crime scene. it shows you how the authorities are trying to bend over back wards. they're trying to do everything by the book in this case. >> young men sorks often, the first suspects in these mass killings. we're just getting some clues now about james holmes and his background. from what we learned so far, how does he fit the profile of other mass killers? >> that's really it. there is no profile of these killers. it can be women and men. range of ages. i'll tell you something we have seen across the board, that is in most of these cases, these are not what you would call a psychopath or a sociopath. these are people who are not
people who have lifelong callous disregard for other people. criminal violations and the like. they are often folks that up until this point have been functioning fairly normally. but went through a series of events, a series of losses, ended up in despair or desperation. >> do we know anything about -- those kinds of losses affect so many of us. most people don't turn into killers. do we know anything about the underlying conditions or psychology? >> that's an plenty point. in so many of these cases in the past, these come out after the attackers have gone through multiple major losses that really overwhelm someone's normal ability to cope. in some cases, there may be other issues, like undiagnosed mental illness. this age group, 24, sometimes major mental illnesses,
sometimes involving delusions will develop in this age group, late adolescence or early 20s. >> underlying mental illness doesn't mean that an insanity defense will be successful. >> people look at this and say, there must have been something wrong with this guy. and number two, there's so much evidence against him, you think, what other defense might he have? the insanity defense is really tough. you have to demonstrate you didn't understand what you were doing was wrong. he was claiming to be the joker. the joker is a bad guy who is doing wrong and doing harm. and that, in and of itself, will be a real problem. insanity defenses are really tough. >> okay, thank you very much. now to real-life heroes and so many stories of heroism in the face of horror.
david wright has the story. >> reporter: as sure as there was a real-life villain inside that theater, there were real-life heroes, too. >> i don't think this story has been heard. >> reporter: the president mentioned them by name. two friends who sat by the door where the gunman start his attack. >> ally stood up. she was shot in the neck. it punctured a vain. stephanie, 21 years old, had the presence of mind to drop down with her, pull her out of the aisle, apply pressure the entire time while the gunman was still shooting. >> reporter: stephanie never left ally's side. holding her wound with one hand and dialing 911 with the other.
>> i just had a conversation with ally downstairs. she's going to be fine. >> reporter: pierce o'farrill and carey rottman survived by splitting up. >> it seems like he was lifeless. i let him go. >> and so he left me. he thought i died. >> reporter: just three weeks ago, pierce performed carey's wedding ceremony. >> the worst part for me was thinking my buddy passed away. >> reporter: both men wounded. taken to separate hospitals. but they survived. >> the lord decided to keep me around. >> reporter: in the movies, the heroes seem to be bullet-proof. real life, not so much. in fact, just across the street from the theater, right over there, they set up the makeshift memorial. 12 simple white crosses, one for each of the dead. robin? >> david, thank you very much. we turn to josh elliott for the other top stoi stories.
we bring you the penn state community. they're bracing for yet another major ploe today. one day after the statue of former coach joe paterno was taken down, the university is about to hear about its punishment for turning an institutional blind eye to the abuse charges against jerry sandusky. jim avila has more. >> reporter: that ugly blue tarp-covered fence is all that's left of the joe paterno statue. another sad day here. perhaps joe pa would not have wanted to see what the ncaa is about to do to his beloved football program any way. 900 pounds of bronze was not enough to overcome the penn state sex abuse scandal. joe paterno's statue was removed from outside the football stadium. for now, hidden in an
undisclosed location. penn state's president said the statue is a source of division and an obstacle to healing in the university and beyond. not everyone agrees. >> i'm disappointed at the university. i feel like instead of stepping up and making their own decision, they were pressured. >> reporter: six months ago, before h mourners grooefd their hero. the university's decision comes as the ncaa is about to announce unprecedented measures. penn state is expected to lose several scholarships and be banned from bowl games for more than a year. >> this is about penn state being so blinded about ilts love for football, that even now, it
cannot come to grips of punishing itself. >> reporter: clearly, the ncaa believes that the wound here is so deep, major surgery is needed, not just a band aid. >> you'll have the very latest for us when the penalties are announced. thank you, jim avila. a blown tire is being blamed for a crash near san antonio that killed 13 people including three children. they were among 23 crammed into that pickup you see there. it appears they had just crossed the border from mexico. and a violent scene on the streets of anaheim, california. police firing bean bags and person spray to break up a protest over the shooting of an unarmed man on saturday. at one part, a police dog attacked a man. police say the dog accidentally escaped from a patrol car.
a tourist in greenland trying to get an up-close view of a glacier when something unexpected happened. a wall of water. that is an iceberg tsunami hurtling toward the boat. the driver floors it. they escape with just seconds to spare. take a look at nature's beauty transformed into nature's wrath in just a moment. >> he gout ot out of there in a hurry. first check of the weather. good morning, sam. >> from icebergs to heat. look at the numbers this morning. chicago, 97, near record. kansas city, 104, denver about 100. oklahoma city, 102. all are near records today. all have heat watches, warnings, and advisories out. the high pressure the pressure
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>> live and in hd, this is an abc 7 news update. is 7:26 on this morning, july 23. there are new revelations in the surroundingndal d.c. mayor vincent gray. the washington post reports that
campaign used and on authorized data base of public help getesidents to out the vote. the d.c. housing authority said release the and the mayor says aware of the list. the n.c.a.a. is set to punish for the job sex abuse scandal. this comes one day after the a statute ofmoved late coach joe paterno. newschannel 8 will have more details coming up in a few minutes. let's get the latest on your morning commute with lisa baden. there is a slow drive on 66 but that is not unusual. that is for manassas and and rte. 50 at fair oaks. travel times will be in your city to theale beltway. on 95. it looks like there is a delay bill on 270.a -- through rockwell on 270. there are still some clouds
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stunning new developments in the case of the two missing little girls in iowa. after ten days, investigators don't know where they are. now they believe they're alive. abc's alex perez has the latest from iowa. good morning, alex. >> reporter: good morning, robin. officials have determined the girls are not in this lake. they're hoping someone at the lake the day day disappeared may have the answers they need. ten days into the hunt to find 8-year-old elizabeth collins and her 10-year-old cousin, lyric cook, authorities are pleading with the public. >> we're urging anyone with information to come forward. any information, as insignificant as it may seem, could be vital. >> reporter: the girls' bikes were found on a trail near the lake. >> don't assume we know what you know. >> reporter: over the weekend, a glimmer of hope, after
authorities make a stunning announcement. >> we believe these girls are alive. we're not discouraged by the passage of time since their disappearance. >> reporter: investigators, also for the first time, say they're pursuing persons of interest in the case. after initially cooperating, and taking polygraph tests, lyric's family says they're seeking legal advice. they've both been convicted of felony charges and have served time behind bars. could something this their past have caused this? >> i can't rule that out, no. yes, something in their past could have. >> reporter: elizabeth and lyric disappeared around noon on friday the 13th. as the small town december rattly wait for answers, they hope this nightmare will come in an end with the girls back home. authorities will not say why
they believe the girls are still alive. this investigation has gone from a missing persons case to an abducti abduction. robin? >> joining us, heather and drew collins. they're 8-year-old daughter elizabeth is one of the two missing girls. we're thinking of you and all the families involved. and it must have brought you some measure of comfort when the fbi told you that they believed that your little girl and her cousin are alive. have they told you why they believe that is the case? >> they told us they do have a couple of leads. and -- that is it. anything is hopeful. just the lake being drained and, you know, not seeing their bodies in there, that was a r relief. >> have they told you anything more about the investigation, drew? >> no. no, they just said leads are continue to pour in and they're
following all leads. >> i know you have been asked by them over and over again, who could have done something like this? can you think of anything, anyone who would want to take your daughter and her cousin? >> no. >> no. >> not a single, single clue. >> did they often play together, ride bikes together? >> yeah, every day. it was usually just like up and down our block. it was never this far. it's 1.5 miles from our house. it was never that far. >> you and other family members, the majority of the families have been cooperative, 100%, the police say you are helping. there's been a lot sate about lyric's parents. and -- are you concerned that if not everyone is fully cooperating, that will slow down the process in finding your daughter and lyric? >> of course. when they don't have fuel cooperation, their focus has to be on other -- other issues.
rather than on the girls being found. that's our main -- that's our main concern, our main focus is bringing the girls home. >> we know that the police, and fbi, are saying this is likely an abduction. and part of the reason you're joining us is you want to be able to, if somebody is holing your daughter and holing her cousin, what do you want to say to them? >> take them somewhere safe. to a gas station, target, just take them anywhere, we miss them dearly. >> heather and drew collins, thank you very much. hopefully, you'll get good news very soon. thank you both. >> thank you. thank you. >> thank you. >> we hope the girls turn up safe, soon. an amazing survival story. an afternoon of errands took a turn for one woman. the truck in front of her stopped short and dozens of poles crashed through her
windshield. >> reporter: take a good look at this car, if you're imagining there's though way the driver made it out alive, state troopers were thinking the same thing when they arrived on the scene. >> the first memory i have is i feel like i woke up and i was chewing glass. >> reporter: her name is erin bronze. witnesses believe she's a cau walking, talking miracle. >> she's extremely lucky. >> reporter: it was supposed to be an ordinary day. she was out shopping for a child's birthday present when suddenly, a truck in front of her stopped, she didn't. jamming a massive bundle of 27-foot-long wooding poles straight into her windshield and out the back window. her head was directly in the path. >> the side, it was lat rated. i'm not sure if that shows any of that. >> reporter: she showed us the stitches alongside her head
where doctors pulled out 200 splinters and the more severe wound in front, where her skull was pushed back inside her head. a bone from her hip was used to patch it up. the slet t chunk of pole didn't make it through to her brain. >> i feel great. >> reporter: she believes she's been given a second chance at life. >> i have this opportunity to live my life. i do plan to live it every single day. f . >> reporter: for "good morning america," neal karlinsky, abc news, washington. >> you look at it, look at it, look at it, don't know how it's possible. >> you're like, uh huh, nope, nothing's living out of that. we're going to show you the dust storms. wait, before we go to the video. i had this all planned out. no, no, see, okay, well, all right. no, no, it's too late now.
thanks, denise, it's too late. i was going to say, this is about 2,000 feet up. looking at that. when you look at it from the outside, do you wonder what it looks like on the inside? that's when we were going to roll to the picture you already saw. imagine leaving the wide open. it would have been better the other way. here's where the storms will be going today. we're going to watch some big, powerful rainmakers. the dry storms kick up the dust storms. ringing this area where the rain is not so heavy. from flagstaff to denver, some intense moisture. atlanta, 93, leesburg and 74 in college park. we are on our way to the mid 90's and you will notice the humidity today. there might be some
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we have new detail this is morning about this weekend's report that michael jackson's mother went missing. she's 82 years old, the guardian of michael's three children. nick watt is in los angeles with all the latest. good morning, nick. >> reporter: good morning, george. well, the clan matriarch disappeared days after the jackson family continued to say there was drama swirling around his death. it's three years since michael jackson died. late saturday night, his mum, katherine, who is raising his kids, was reported missing. sunday morning, paris tweeted -- my grandmother is missing. i haven't spoken to her in a week. i want her home now. >> we took down a report.
we've been attempting to contact her. >> reporter: howard mann is her business partner and family friend. have row tried to contact her. >>? >> reporter: called her? >> called the home, her cell phone, nothing. >> reporter: jermaine jackson said his mother is in arizona with his sister. she's merely an 82-year-old woman following doctor's order to rest up. is there a division within the family? >> absolutely. >> reporter: paris took to twitter. the same doctor that testified on behalf of dr. murray saying my father was a drug addict is taking care of my grandmother. just saying. michael's siblings, who got nothing, said the will was fake and fraudulent.
your actions are affecting her health. we've just found out she recently has a ministroke. the jacksons are united in wanting the executors to resign. internal intrigue we can only imagine. trying to work out this estate pulled a previous close family apart. >> absolutely. >> reporter: michael jackson wanted his kids to grow up free from the prying of the media. that wish is not coming true. and last night, the sheriff's department confirmed they have spoke on the katherine jackson. they say she's okay and with a family member. george? >> that is good news. coming up, josh has "the play of the day." and inside the quickest facelift ever. are results like botox without a needle. josh is smiling because it's under $25.
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here's "the play of the day." >> all right, so much to choose there. we have two for you today. a little bo-fer for you. 88 members of the pearls of russia. a women's sky-diving team, pulling off a lovely red, white, and blue flower formation as it comes together out of a plane near moscow. it's a new world record for women's far chuparachuting. this is after two failed attempts. >> come up with another word. >> imperfect attempt. they join up. look how luvovely that is befor they hurt toll the earth's surface safely. breaking a record, a german team with 84 members. the pleasures of being a parent. >> i don't need you.
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>> live and in hd, this is an abc 7 news update. good morning once again at morning, julynday 23. montgomery county ride on buses will be on a modified holiday schedule today and tomorrow. prompted by a fire last fire in silver last reported similar will be taken off the road. d.c. mayor vincent gray's campaign used and on authorized base of housing residents
in buerkle voting effort. the housing authority says it did not release the information aware.says he was not we will let more on newschannel comingan in-depth report up at the top of the hour. find out what is happening with your commute. fromhbound 95 is good springfield. througha brief delay denmark and across the 14th street bridge. 66 is slowing in manassas and the beltway. we had a crash southbound on i- at colesville road. -- at falls road. >> it is looking good outside. we have seen a lot of sunshine especially over our areas. but cloud cover in that route to a picture but we now have the sun. 73 degrees in gaithersburg. we're on our way to the mid-90's
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] and no doubt and a big happy crowd in times square on monday morning. >> from north carolina, that big group. they've been traveling together for 28 years. >> they're rocking to settle down from no doubt. they're going to be in central park on friday. it will be live. so much fun. we have a lot coming up today. we have "bachelorette" emily. she gave out the final rose last night. and she and jef will join us live to talk about it. we'll get behind the scenes details. find out what's ahead. we got smiles this morning.
maybe some smiles for this. how you look ten years younger, no surgery no botox, no injections, and wait for it, just $25. >> what is she doing? >> it's a braid with a comb and -- >> it has something to do with your face? >> the fastest facelift ever. thank you. >> looking forward to that. also on the program this morning, going inside one of th. lit take you to maximum speed in two seconds. and dr. oz. he'll reveal the life saving lessons that anyone can learn from his recent kol lcolonoscop
scare. abc news has obtained the vid you you see here. that is james holmes at a science cam six years ago. he was denied membership at a gun range last month because of what the owner there called bizarre behavior. friday's death toll could have been higher had holmes' rifle not jammed. thousands gathered at a video last night to honor the victims and comfort grieving families. david wright is in aurora. good morning to you. >> reporter: josh, good morning. this will be the first time this community could see the suspect's face. he's being held in isolation at the county jail. he'll be taken through an underground tunnel into the courthouse behind me. several members of the community want to come to see his face, his demeanor, the dyed hair.
they set up an overflow room. the charges will not be formally applied today. it's expected to be simply his first hearing. we'll be standing by for it. josh. >> thank you, dave. abc news will bring holmes' court appearance later this morning. logon to to learn more. meanwhile, the ncaa's hammer is expected to drop on penn state today. one day after the statue of joe paterno was removed from the campus. the ncaa is expected to impose unprecedented punishment on the school including millions of dollars in fines and an expected multiyear ban from bowl games. this has been the deadliest day in iraq since u.s. troops withdrew last year.
at least 82 people have been killed in a series of attacks. including 13 iraqi soldiers. authorities are blaming a turkey dinner served at a homeless shelter. emergency crews are combing the street to find out anyone else who may have eaten the same male. a nightmare for a new jersey woman. leaving a car wash hitting the gas instead of the brake. driving straight into the hac n hackensack river. her window was halfway down. they were able to pull her out before the car sank. again -- >> how quickly they acted. >> quick action. in those moments, heroism. >> i think we need some "pop news." >> my pleasure. we begin with david hasselhoff.
he celebrated the big 6-0 with a big bash in beverly hills. his girlfriend, hayley roberts joined cast members from "night rider" and "baywatch." it's been a good year for the hoff. he'll throw on the red trunks for a cameo in if upcoming "baywatch" movie next year. and as reported on "gaa," they can't keep cardboard cutouts of the hoff in stores. seems everyone wants a piece of the hoff. >> they are truly all gone. >> i bet we find them all in one apartment. >> that would be very, very disturbing. happy birthday, hoff. more good news this morning. looks like lindsay lohan's come
back continues. there are pictures of her on the set of her newest project. a feature film called the canyon. it's about five 20-somethings dealing with rof and ambition in l.a. it's beautiful people doing bad things in nice rooms, so described by the director. is there that s >> that sums it up. >> did you notice? namaste. folks going to the olympics will be able to engage in royal watching. ril yam, kate, and harry are expected to be at several ebts. water polo, field hockey, and beach volley h ball for harry because, why wouldn't he watch beach volleyball? he loves a woman in uniform. if you're feeling a little
sloth-like. we would like you to meet sharkey. he was born two months ago. when his mom couldn't produce enough milk, a zoocooper's daughter came up with the solution. she gave sharkey her teddy bear. he can claw that as the zoo coopers feed him without feting injured. a sloth-like monday morning. "pop news" is out. >> can we get one more namaste? >> sure. >> let's get to sam. i think the entire town of concord, north carolina, are here. where are you from? >> lehighton, pennsylvania. >> north carolina has taken over this morning. let's get to the board. we'll show you a live shot of
new york city. powerful storms rumbling north in new york state. we think the storms with refire this afternoon. it's likely any time after 3:00 in the afternoon. burlington city. you're making plans right now. know there will be storms around the times square area later on. how about mountain snow? is that possible? it is when you look at the mountains east of the seattle area. at about 6500 feet in those mountains, snow flakes today. i love that sign. sunshine in the metro area clouds over the bay and a and clouds over all. you can see a few breaks in the distance but there thick cloudsty washington. culpeper and winchester.
it will be a hot day today. a break this weekend and today, mid-90's and >> and how could you not proclaim it north carolina day in times square with them all here? right now it's back to -- >> all: lara. >> love it. thank you, ladies. here's a look at what's coming up on our "gma" morning me menu. emily gets her happy ending. she's here live. and the beauty treatment that gives you an alleged instant facelift for $25. and buckle up. we're taking you on a wild ride on one of the world's flashiest machines ever. that's all coming up. the wife. hey, babe. got the jetta.
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♪ well, pencils, hair gel, binders. ♪ ♪ pencils, hair gel, binders. announcer: school takes a lot, target has it all. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] "bachelorette" emily finally got her happily ever after. the single mom from north carolina gave out her last rose, chosing jef holm, who proposed in a dramatic finale. looking so happy this morning. first, a reminder of how out all happened. >> i'm completely, completely smitten by her. >> she's the love of my life. >> reporter: in a finale overflowing with emotion, single mom emily maynard had to choose
between two bachelors fighting for her heart, jef, and arie, the race car driver. one other decisionmaker left to meet. emily's 6-year-old daughter, ricki. >> i want you to see that side of me. can you say hey, this is my friend, jef. >> reporter: goggles on, hearts melted. decision made. >> i need to tell arie that, you know, as much as i love him, i just have fallen in love with someone a little bit more. >> tomorrow, i am getting engaged. >> reporter: emily ended it. >> i don't know what to say. >> don't say anything. i'll go. >> will you wait for me? >> there's nothing to say. i am [ bleep ] confused. >> reporter: but the bachelorette was totally confident. i >> i do feel like you're my soul
mate. >> i promise you everything. if you let me into your life, you'll never feel lonely ever again. >> reporter: and jef, never more sure. >> what i want to ask you is a forever thing. will you marry me? >> yes. >> yes. >> i got nervous there for a minute. joining us live from los angeles to talk about their happy news are the beautiful engaged couple, emily and jef. congratulations to you two. >> thank you. >> thank you so much. >> you left him hanging there for a split second. >> i know. i've take an lot of heat for it, too, trust me. >> what was going on, running through your mind at that moment? >> well, i mean, it was kind of a surprise because we never really talked about an engagement, even though i should
have known. really, i wanted to soak in the moment and like really make a decision from my heart and, like, you know, take in the moment and -- and -- and remember it. >> and how about you, jef? where those the longest two seconds of your life? >> oh, by far. i felt like i was sitting down there forever. it was a big decision. i hadn't told anyone i was going to propose. it came as a shock to her totally. >> i want to talk to you about beautiful little ricki. you called him your friend when you bruised jef. what does she know? how is she doing? >> she's doing great. she's in west virginia with my nom m mom, getting spoiled rotten. she knows that jef is a huge part of my life and part of her
life, soon. i didn't want to burden her with too much. god knows she's the worst secret keeper ever. now that we can be out in public, she's going to know. >> tell us the wedding plans. the details? >> well, we're taking it day by day and obviously, like, i'm a girl to a fault. so i've been looking up dresses and places and everything online and buying every wedding magazine in the grocery store. we're taking it day by day right now. >> the plan, according -- that we understand is that you're going to move in together, smart in charlotte? >> i'm going to move to charlotte. i'm going to get a separate place there. we're going to combine our lives. i'm going to become a carpool dad. hang out with ricki all the time. we're going to live our lives together and get accustomed to each other. plan a wedding. when we get married, move in together and see where we want to be as family.
>> some people are so cynical about the numbers of weddings that have worked in the "bachelor" and "bachelorette" series, why is yours going to work? >> because we're immediate best friends. it's different than any relationship than i have been in. hopefully, the outcome will be different, too. >> i want to thank you both, emily, especially you, for allowing us to follow your journey. we've fallen in love with you through the journey. we wish nothing but the best for you and ricki both. >> thanks. >> thank you so much. thank you for having us this morning. >> stay in touch with us. let us know how it's going. >> for sure. >> we will. >> and robin? >> maybe a followup on "gaa." >> yeah, don't you think?
>> we wish them the best. our audience are flawless, they're beautiful, they're perfect. would not change a thing. but word on the street is, a facelift can cost thousands of dollars. botox can cost hundredses. when we heard about a product that does the job for $25 and no injections, we sent paula faris to check it out. >> reporter: wrinkled foreheads, saggy eyelids, americans spent nearly $10 million to firm up their saggy skin. what if you could do that with $25? this little device a facelift in a jar. two combs and a bungee cord. >> it's easily inserted. easily removable. i can inserted in 30 seconds, take it out in 10 seconds. >> reporter: look at this woman
before. and now with the device. it's the brain child of kim ashauer. were did you get this idea? >> my son was getting married. i went for plastic surgery consultati consultation. i created this out of sheer panic. >> reporter: make two small braids at the temple. fashion the first comb, bring the bunge rks cord around, fast on the the other braid and voila, ten years off your face. how does it feel? five hours in, am i going to have to take an aspirin or tylenol? >> no, it doesn't cause any more pain that a pony tail headache. >> reporter: the only thing that melissa sees is the results. >> i just felt like i looked stressed and tired. when i heard about it, i thought, i have to give this a try.
it was great. >> reporter: do you get comments from people? >> yeah, it's like, did you cut your hair? your skin looks to great. here's before. and here is with the bungee. now it's my turn. the lovely fabiola will be braiding my coiff. the key is a tight braid. where do you notice the difference? >> right here. >> can i pass for being a 20-year-old again? >> i would say 24. >> reporter: oh, sweet. apparently i'm not the only one who likes looking 24 again. a little device striking a cord with women everywhere. >> it's been a well-kept secret
in hollywood for decades. marlene dietrich was said to have done this years ago. red doctor if i extreme roller coaster? they are wilder, faster and higher than ever before. cameron mathison took it on. >> destination sea world san diego. when you come the sea world, you expect to see this. shamu. doff fins. all things water all the time. [ screaming ] >> reporter: but now, people are flocking to the park to try this, it's called manta. it is already paying big-time def dends. 350,000 people have take an ride in the first month alone. >> i've heard a lot about it.
>> and it's brand new. >> it slows you down and then blasts you off. >> reporter: "gma" got exclusive access and three kids took one lucky correspondent on for the right of his life. first things first, a 48-inch minimum height requirement. lexie was riding shotgun with me. are you nervous? >> no. >> reporter: i'm just kidding. i'm not nervous nervous. we were off. and right away, you see what is different about man that. sfwlafr you load on to the train, go into our launch building. you're enveloped into our area. 24 times greater than the average hd. it's row jekting a coral reef. you're underwater. manta rays start appearing.
they get faster and bigger. the music gets louder. >> reporter: suddenly, the doors open, you're launched out of the tunnel. and i mean, launched. you go from zero to max speed in two seconds flat. a max speed of 43 miles an hour. it's never dull. almost never. oh, we're done. it's not over! >> like in the middle of the ride, it slows you down and then blasts you off again. >> reporter: there is after all, 2,835 feet of track. a little more than half a mile in all. twists and turns that leave you gasping for air. whoo! and remember the manta scene, they've built a 100,000 gallon pool attached where guests can get up close and personal and touch more than 60 rays. the real attraction here is the ride.
and 1360 people an hour probably are not coming to pet bat rays. they're coming for the ride of their lifetime. this is not your father's sea world san diego. whoo! >> cameron mathison, victorious on the manta. when we come back, what do dr. oz's nurses really think about him? we'll find out. we'll be right back.
>> live and in hd, this is an abc 7 news update. >> good morning at 8:27 on this monday morning. the international aids d.c. is under way. started yesterday and will through friday. aids activists what -- marched to the washington monument yesterday. we will find out more this morning about the penn state punishment. n.c.a.a. will punish the university for the child abuse scandal one day after the universe of removed this statue of joe paterno. newschannel 8 will have an in- up in aport coming minutes. with a checkbaden
on traffic. it is better than average this morning. some and 95 but i-395 had delays of up to shirlington. 95 through springfield looks wonderful. you over to 270 has settled down from shady grove road. >> it is humid and sticking out. we have a bright sunshine and fairfax. we have a few midlevel clouds over head and temperatures are in the 70's. 79 that reagan national airport. humid, atoday, hot and sun and clouds, afterrstorms shortly lunch time and into the evening. by wednesday, we get a break the heat and humidity. we will be back at 8:56.
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all to see your money how you want. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] what a morning crowd to have with us here in times square. and i hope they come back tomorrow. because we have will ferrell joining us live to tell us all about his hot new comedy, "the campaign." >> i saw it over the weekend. very funny. very funny. he's fantastic. zach galifianakis is in it, too. coming up, dr. oz. he had a health scare a little while back. look at him through the nurses on his staff. draw some lessons from what he went through. >> it's great.
stick around for it. >> standing, i don't know, ten feet away, the man full of surprises, david arquette. "dancing with the stars." is this true, do you -- do you get a second round on the dance floor? >> don't answer! >> i don't know. >> it's a tease, david. a tease. >> he says it with his face. >> they are so indeed. the masters of the meat ball are back, gives us a new spin on some classic favorites. why? why, robin? why? >> sam, you look like you want to say something. >> i just -- >> i feel bad, look. look at that. [ cheers and applause ] >> we're just a few hours away from "good afternoon america." we're going toe to toe with the
one, the only d.l. hughley. we have four styles to turn around any bad hair day. that's good. "good afternoon america," 2:00 eastern, 1:00 p.m. central and pacific. >> take a knee. >> let's get down so you can all get back in. lara! let's get to the boards. one or two things going on we want you to know about. panama city, florida, one of the most beautiful places on the planet. and look at reno. when you send in the twitter pictures, we look at them and put one or two on the air. 13 states with heat watching, warnings, or advisories today. some facing record temperatures. this looks like this range of heat right here will last into probably thursday in the middle of the country. we'll talk a lot about that in
the headlines as we go through. there's the opportunity to get a couple of doses of rain in the spots that are heavy in red. into thelready well 70's and highs today will be in the mid 90's today and tomorrow. a few thunderstorms this evening and by >> all of that weather was brought to you by target. and now, let's get to our dear friend, josh elliott. good morning, josh. our good friend mehmet oz is back with us this morning. we look at the latest episode of the unbelievably gripping "new york med." we get access to the top hospital. we find out what goes on behind the closed doors of the staff lounge. >> i'm coming here to heckle people. bonnie, bonnie is the charge
nurse. she has been since i trained. i love her dearly. we have the same birthday and everything else. >> he talked so fast when he was an intern, he would stutter. his mind was thinking faster than his brain could say it. >> oh, yeah, you should see him. >> we would go off the trays and eat what we could. there was no place to find food here. they do quality control on the food. watch this. >> hello. >> this is the first thing i look for. gloria is usually sleeping there. salad, good. salad. >> yogurt. >> busted. >> this is not my normal lunch. no, no, i want you to see. this is my -- >> fried things and creamy things. this is what i bring for my lunch. >> turkey, bread.
>> wait maa minute. then we got yogurt. >> 20 minutes before my show starts. >> you love all the women fawning all over you. >> you didn't do that. >> we don't touch you the way they do. >> it's wonderful. an inside look at dr. oz as a young resident but also, mehmet, you're on lunch patrol. we see the choices they make. by and large, good ones. we saw some people sneaking the sweets. why do people who really should no better make the choices they make? >> i think they make decisions in the heat of the moment. it's not just about sex, though it happens there, too. when you're hungry, you have a biology of blubber that causes you to do foolish things. the reason i hassled them is because i love them. there's a loft affection. it's the support and connection between us that makes "new york
med" sing. you feel like a community, if i didn't hassle, i would be enabling. >> the love is clear. you speak of automating our life and eliminating the binge impulse. >> you need an escape food. nuts, a piece of fruit. i ask the nurses to do than. chemothese simple foods. the brain is not looking for calories. it's looking for nutrients. you're craving vitamins. give your brain what it wants. >> we have the chocolate. it's not all bad. >> it's 70% cocoa chocolate. >> last time you were here, you talked about the smart things we can do. but doctor, diagnose and listen to yourself. you didn't take your own advice.
>> i'm a poor patient. we're going to cover it on this week's show. i'm showing my colonoscopy. it's personal. it's fun and playful in some ways. the reality is, it challenges all of us. why do otherwise rational people do irrational things? i have struggled with that my whole life. i tas efaced it firsthand. >> you were diagnosed with a po polyp that was benign. you were supposed to go back in three months. you waited eight. >> it was a precancerous polyp. i ate lentils the night before. that's not good. i procrastinated. eight months later, i did it because i challenged that
reality. here's what i realized, i thought my patients don't get their basic testing done because we think we're immortal. not true. the reason i didn't get tested, i didn't want the inconvenient truth. i didn't want my day-to-day routine disrupted. when i foonlly got past it and realized at the end of the day, it wasn't about me, it was about my family, people i cared for, that's why it makes sense. >> you went back, took the test. how did it come out? >> i've got good news and bad news. the test is benign. they found another polyp that did not have cancer. unfortunately, i had valium on board. i said some inappropriate things. they wouldn't tell me. i'll find out on the program this week. >> great program. we love you stopping by and joining us. dr. mehmet oz, and "new york
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out here in times square with david arquette. we loved seeing him on last year's "dancing with the stars." what brings you? you have a great new project. >> i'm working with a company called
it's the it's all good campaign. it's a website for mothers where you can shop and they done all the vetting. it's really healthy. and -- with every purchase you make for one child, they get one meal a day. >> how did you get involved with this? >> i did work with feeding america and different pantries. i work at st. joseph's center. hunger relief has aays been an important thing for me. today, we're doing a drop in the bronx at a place called wedco. they provide nutritious foods for kids. they're going to make a drop of baby food. something i believe in, something that touched me when i was a kid. >> touched you when you were a kid. >> yeah, we were on food stamps. i needed meal tickets to get lunch and all that. >> and we're seeing there's so much more need out there now. poverty is going up with the
tough economic times. >> sure is. whatever you can do. helping the community is what it's all about. >> you've also been involved in a great new project. you have a travel show. >> yeah, i dade show with the travel channel. these are all silly pictures we took. me and my friend, mike mcginnis, we travelled the world. >> where did you go? >> israel, morocco, new orleans, budapest, anchorage, alaska, and key west, florida. what kind of crazy trip can you do in three days? that's the concept. >> and i remember reading about it when it happened. you went to israel and got bar mitzvahed? >> yeah? we were going film a kid's bar mitzvah at the wailing wall. i was talking to the rabbi. he said, you can get bar
mitzvahed too. my mother is jewish. >> that takes years of study? >> it does. but in israel, it's a little like las vegas for weddings. you can learn very quickly and go in. it was something for me that sort of honored my mother who passed away and sort of make that connection. >> you surprised so many of us on "dancing with the stars." you were having a great time. a fantastic dancer. we all fell in love, everyone here at "gma" fell in love with coco. we want to know how she's doing. >> she's a difficult. she's a sweet soul. taking her to the show, she loved being there. >> she was lighting up all the time. so, next season, all-star season, you going back? impblts don >> i don't know. they haven't approached me. i loved the experience. i would be open to it. it's a top notch show. the dancers are incredible.
the production team and the crew. i had a lot of fun. i would definitely consider it. >> who else should be in the all-star season? >> i would love to see people who got voted off early and showed promise. like chynna phillips. >> that just didn't seem right. >> it happens a lot. it's a really -- it's a whole production going on behind the scenes. and people voting and all that. i would love to see david hasselhoff. i think he's the greatest. i think it's his birthday today. i'm not sure, but happy birthday, hoff. it's probably his birthday every day. >> especially in rhode island. when we come back, the meatball boys are back. [ male announcer ] where did all the obama ststimulus money go?
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>> one of the most popular dishes among the people in the know are the chick. meatballs. you go to the meatball shop, you think beef meat balls, once you try the chicken meatballs, that's it. >> best friends since high school. how did you find the meatball love in algebra class? >> it's simple. keep it simple. everyone will follow. >> we wanted to do something easy. the meatball is a vehicle. >> it's going to be one good bite. you can venture. you got, somewhat going in there? >> these are classic italian ingredients. parsl parsley, oregano. a little white wine. >> carecareful. >> i'm ready to dive in. >> you could use a spoon. >> the man likes to get dirty, yeah. >> when i'm mixing, you want
it -- >> you don't have to be afraid to overmix it. look at the size of the guy. >> look at this. wow. >> as we move along, that's what it will look like. >> if you have done a great job. you've gun a semigreat job here, you'll come up with smk that looks like this. >> how are you making the perfect meatball? the one meatball? >> god's gift. there's no substitute. you're going to give ate mix -- the man is good with his hands, ladies and gentlemen. >> these are a little stickier than normal. >> am i taking my ring off? i love you, donna, i'm take it off for a second. >> it's coming with -- >> these are coming with, we do
a pesto ussauce at the restaura. sir. my favorite -- look at that service. we're this the hospitality industry. we do a spinach-basil pesto. cook it through. flash it in ice to stop the cooking process. you want to once they're blanched, pop the spinach in, pop the basil in. the olive oil. >> nice. >> let her go. >> can't have too much. >> drop the top on this guy. >> it's as simple as that? >> and let it go. you let it go. then -- of course -- once that's gone, you want to add your walnuts. >> the walnut, yeah. >> chopped walnuts. you want to chop them first. then add the parmesan cheese. and then your salt. and then, voila, simple as that.
pulse just a few time. texture. and then -- pow. there you go. spinach pesto. >> a little pesto goes a long way. >> it can go a very, very long way. >> it's not all we have. but wait, there's more. sneak knives and -- >> meatball smash is one of the most popular dishes. we have brioche buns. you smash them down. take a bite of that. you won't forget it. >> my life's about to change. >> oh, that's a good bite, everybody! that's a good bite. >> how do i -- >> thank you so much. >> again, recipes from the book are available at at yahoo!. this is the greatest thing i have ever had in my life.
we'll be right back, guys. thank you, so much.
thank you all. come back tomorrow. will ferrell is going to be here. >> i was on my ps and qs. two of my favorite teachers are here. linda and karen.
got a big convention in town. i was being -- did i say that right? >> you were being very well behaved today. >> yes, i was. >> live and in hd, this is an abc 7 news update. good morning at 8:56 on this monday morning.
there are new revelations about scandal for around -- surrounding mayor vincent gray. is said they used an unauthorized data base of himing residents to help get out the vote. that is being reported this morning and the d.c. housing authority said it did not release the information. gas prices are up for the third straight week. these are the national averages. hopefully, we're not wasting it traffic this morning. 95 and 395 looks good this morning. crash ate developed a waser hurley boulevard that side and that is a delay coming from
germantown into gaithersburg and rockville. no delays i-295 to get from fredericksburg to springfield. this is the only backup at the 14th street bridge. it is very humid outside. here's a nice picture up in frederick. here are some blue skies with white clouds mixed in. currently 73 degrees in frederick and 79 degrees in the district. 83 degrees in lexington park already. expecting thunderstorm after a thunderstorm and into the evening. a relief from the heat wednesday it. >> thanks for watching and we will be back at noon. "live! with kelly" is next.